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🏖📚 Summer Reading 2022 List 📚🏖

What book(s) would you like to read this summer?

Happy first day of summer! Today, I’m sharing my Summer Reading 2022 list. I’m excited to (hopefully) read them all. Half are physical books and the others ebooks.

I’m still reading my last spring read, The Becoming by Nora Roberts. But afterwards I’ll be starting the summer with:

  • House of Beating Wings by Olivia Wildenstein
  • Wild Sign by Patricia Briggs

So right now there are 26 books planned. A lot of graphic novels and fantasy books with sprinkles of romance.

And, like with any tbr of mine, I will likely stray and read books not on the list and/or not finish all of it. Much of summer is up in the air in terms of free time, so the latter is very possible…

Still excited though! 😊

ARCs

  • Ruthless by Gena Showalter
  • House of Beating Wings by Olivia Wildenstein
  • Marlowe Banks, Redesigned by Jacqueline Firkins
  • Vanessa Jared’s Got a Man by LaQuette
  • A Guide to Being Just Friends by Sophie Sullivan

MANGA

  • Spy x Family (Vol. 2-6)
  • Snow White with the Red Hair (Vol. 14 & 15)
  • The Water Dragon’s Bride (Vol. 6-8)

GRAPHIC NOVELS

  • Remarkably Ruby by Terri Libenson
  • Heartstopper by Alice Oseman

YA FANTASY

  • Endure by Sara B. Larson
  • Daughter of the Moon Goddess by Sue Lynn Tan
  • The Girl Who Fell Beneath the Sea by Axie Oh
  • Rise Up from the Embers by Sara Raasch & Kristen Simmons

FANTASY ROMANCE

  • The Damning Stone by TJ Klune

PARANORMAL ROMANCE

  • Crave by Tracy Wolff
  • Starlight by Olivia Wildenstein
  • Wild Sign by Patricia Briggs

CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE

  • One Bossy Proposal by Nicole Snow

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TBR At A Glance – May 12, 2022

TBR At A Glance

I’ve fortunately had a lot of time this week so far to get a lot of reading done, which is fantastic. Currently, I’m reading two historical romances. One is for work and one is for home. I’m loving both stories and can’t wait to continue on today. I should be able to finish both by the end of this week and start fresh Monday.

Here’s today’s reading snapshot:

 

CURRENTLY READING

  • The Scandalous Vixen by Tracy Sumner
  • Marquess of Menace by Tammy Andresen

 

READING NEXT (tentative)

  • The Bodyguard by Katherine Center
  • Dark Alpha’s Caress by Donna Grant
  • These Rebel Waves by Sara Raasch

 

RECENT REVIEWS

 

REVIEWS COMING SOON

  • MAY 14 – The Library Book by Tom Chapin & Michael Mark, Illustrated by Chuck Groenink
  • MAY 15 – The Couch Potato by Jory John, Illustrated by Pete Oswald
  • MAY 16 – Built to Last by Erin Hahn
  • MAY 31Finding Jupiter by Kelis Rowe

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Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I Haven’t Read, But Want To

Top Ten Tuesday blog post

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme originally created by The Broke and the Bookish, but is now run by That Artsy Reader Girl.


This week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt is Authors I Haven’t Read, But Want To. I am too far behind on new-to-me authors. There are so many authors whose books I haven’t read from yet! Some I’ve been meaning to read from for the longest time.

Today, I’m focusing on the authors I haven’t read from whose books are near the top of my tbr. I’ve included specific books for each author. My goal is to read at least one book by each author listed below this year.

My Top Ten Tuesday list includes ( [ * ] = owned books):

 

(1) Charlie N. Holmberg
Spellbreaker, Star Mother, The Paper Magician

(2) Maddison Michaels
The Bachelor Bargain*, The Bachelor Betrayal

(3) Beck Michaels
Divine Blood

(4) Tiffany D. Jackson
Monday’s Not Coming, Grown

(5) Alexandria Bellefleur
Written in the Stars, Count Your Lucky Stars

(6) Alice Oseman
Heartstopper*, Loveless

(7) Tracy Wolff
Crave*

(8) Carrie Ann Ryan
Forever Only Once*, Far From Destined, Delicate Ink*

(9) Rachel Lynn Solomon
The Ex Talk*, Weather Girl, We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This

(10) Farah Heron
Kamila Knows Best, Tahira in Bloom, Accidentally Engaged, The Hookup Plan


Have you read books by any of these authors? What did you think? What other authors would you recommend?


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TBR At A Glance – April 4, 2022

TBR At A Glance

What will be your first read of April?

Happy April, everyone! I hope you had a great weekend and that your reading has been going well.

Yesterday, I finished my last March read just in time to start the week off fresh with a new book. To start of April, I’ve decided to split my time between two books, Blended (middle grade contemporary) and That Cowboy of Mine (adult cowboy romance). Usually, when I do double reads I’ll pick two completely different books for variety and to keep my reading mood up.

My reading goals this month are to stay focused on my spring tbr and read at least 4 books. Is this doable? I’m going to make it so.

Below is a snapshot of where I’m at with my reading:

 

CURRENTLY READING

  • Blended by Sharon M. Draper
  • That Cowboy of Mine by Donna Grant (arc)

 

READING NEXT (tentative)

  • Falling Short by Ernesto Cisneros
  • Built to Last by Erin Hahn (arc)
  • The Scandalous Vixen by Tracy Sumner

 

RECENT REVIEWS

 

REVIEWS COMING SOON

  • APRIL 8The Fastest Way to Fall by Denise Williams

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Stacking the Shelves – April 2, 2022

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly haul meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews & Reading Reality. You share all the wonderful new books you’ve added to your shelves (physical, ebooks, galleys, library, audio).

What exciting reads have been added to your shelves recently?

It’s been a pretty good week for discovering new books. This week I added 26 books to my tbr shelves.

One thing I like about the lists below is that all but four books are by new-to-me authors. Adding new authors is like finding hidden treasure because then you get to binge read all their backlisted titles. Yay!

Here are the recent additions to my shelves:

CHILDREN’S BOOKS
Love Makes a Family by Sophie Beer
Aru Shah and the End of Time by Roshani Chokshi

 

LGBTQIAP+ FICTION
Julián Is a Mermaid by Jessica Love
A Marvellous Light by Freya Marske
Never Trust a Guy With Fangs by Mia Monroe
I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson
This Is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel
The Last Sun by K.D. Edwards

 

FANTASY
The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow
Heartless by Gena Showalter
A Dance of Silver and Shadow by Melanie Cellier
Heart of the Raven Prince by Tessonja Odette
Wicked Wings by Elizabeth Briggs

 

ROMANCES
A Relentless Rake by Anna Harrington
The Good Girl’s Guide to Rakes by Eva Leigh
Faking Forever by Catherine Bybee
Beauty and the Baller by Ilsa Madden-Mills

 

2022 RELEASES
The Not-So-Uniform Life of Holly-Mei by Christina Matula (April 5)
Heartbreak Symphony by Laekan Zea Kemp (April 5)
The Sign for Home by Blair Fell (April 5)
One Bossy Proposal by Nicole Snow (April 8)
A Veil of Kings and Gods by Nicole Bailey (April 27)
Answers in the Pages by David Levithan (May 10)
Ruthless by Gena Showalter (arc/blog tour) (July 26)
The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna (Aug 23)
Drunk on Love by Jasmine Guillory (Sept 20)

Most I won’t be able to get to for a while, but there are a few standouts that I think I want to read this summer, such as A Marvellous Light, Never Trust a Guy With Fangs, The Once and Future Witches, and Beauty and the Baller.

I also found some really interesting 2022 books that I wish were released like yesterday, like The Not-So-Uniform Life of Holly-Mei, One Bossy Proposal, Answers in the Pages, and The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches.

So many new book finds, so little time. Nevertheless, I am bookish-ly happy with this haul.


Have you read any of these books? What did you think of them?


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Spring 2022 TBR List

Spring 2022 TBR List

Hello, again! And happy Friday!

Last week I made a top ten list of books on my spring tbr. Today, I’m sharing the full list, which is already different from previous tbrs by having way more fantasy cross-genres. I’ve also included more shorter reads in the hopes of getting through this list. This was a carefully crafted list that I’m really looking forward to exploring.

ARCs
Built to Last by Erin Hahn
The Bodyguard by Katherine Center
That Cowboy of Mine by Donna Grant
Wildseed Witch by Marti Dumas
Heat Wave by TJ Klune
Batter Royale by Leisl Adams

Picture Books
I Am Perfectly Designed by Karamo Brown, with Jason “Rachel” Brown, Illustrated by Anoosha Syed
Dear Librarian by Lydia M. Sigwarth, Illustrated by Romina Galotta

Middle Grade
Blended by Sharon M. Draper
When Stars Are Scattered by Victoria Jamieson & Omar Mohamed
Falling Short by Ernesto Cisneros
Starfish by Lisa Fipps

Young Adult Fantasy
Daja’s Book by Tamora Pierce
Lady Knight by Tamora Pierce
These Rebel Waves by Sara Raasch
Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller
Star Mother by Charlie N. Holmberg

Fantasy Romance
The Becoming by Nora Robert
The Bridge Kingdom by Danielle L. Jensen

Paranormal Romance
Dark Alpha’s Caress by Donna Grant
Inferno by Donna Grant
Crave by Tracy Wolff
Wildfire Pegasus by Zoe Chant
Alpha by Regan Ure

Adult Contemporary Romance
The Fastest Way to Fall by Denise Williams (currently reading)
Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

Historical Romance
The Bachelor Bargain by Maddison Michaels
The Scandalous Vixen by Tracy Sumner
Marquess of Menace by Tammy Andersen


What books do you hope to read this spring season?


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Top Ten Tuesday: Books On My Spring 2022 TBR (5 star predictions)

Top Ten Tuesday blog post

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme originally created by The Broke and the Bookish, but is now run by That Artsy Reader Girl.


What are you most looking forward to reading this spring?

Only five more days until spring! I’m looking forward to warmer weather and flowers blooming, but I’m not looking forward to bugs and mud.

I’m also looking forward to starting my spring tbr. Today I’m sharing the top 10 books I’ll be reading this spring that I think will be 5-star reads.

Half this list includes books from new-to-me authors that I’m greatly interested in reading. The other half are books by authors I love, so I kind of have a better idea of their 5-star potential. The anticipation is high with all of these books!

Here are my picks (in no particular order):

Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert
"Get a Life, Chloe Brown" by Talia Hibbert (cover)
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Chloe Brown is a chronically ill computer geek with a goal, a plan, and a list. After almost—but not quite—dying, she’s come up with six directives to help her “Get a Life”, and she’s already completed the first: finally moving out of her glamorous family’s mansion. The next items?

• Enjoy a drunken night out.
• Ride a motorcycle.
• Go camping.
• Have meaningless but thoroughly enjoyable sex.
• Travel the world with nothing but hand luggage.
• And… do something bad.

But it’s not easy being bad, even when you’ve written step-by-step guidelines on how to do it correctly. What Chloe needs is a teacher, and she knows just the man for the job.

Redford ‘Red’ Morgan is a handyman with tattoos, a motorcycle, and more sex appeal than ten-thousand Hollywood heartthrobs. He’s also an artist who paints at night and hides his work in the light of day, which Chloe knows because she spies on him occasionally. Just the teeniest, tiniest bit.

But when she enlists Red in her mission to rebel, she learns things about him that no spy session could teach her. Like why he clearly resents Chloe’s wealthy background. And why he never shows his art to anyone. And what really lies beneath his rough exterior…

The Bodyguard by Katherine Center (arc)
"The Bodyguard" by Katherine Center (cover)
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She’s got his back.
Hannah Brooks looks more like a kindergarten teacher than somebody who could kill you with a wine bottle opener. Or a ballpoint pen. Or a dinner napkin. But the truth is, she’s an Executive Protection Agent (aka “bodyguard”), and she just got hired to protect superstar actor Jack Stapleton from his middle-aged, corgi-breeding stalker.

He’s got her heart.
Jack Stapleton’s a household name—captured by paparazzi on beaches the world over, famous for, among other things, rising out of the waves in all manner of clingy board shorts and glistening like a Roman deity. But a few years back, in the wake of a family tragedy, he dropped from the public eye and went off the grid.

They’ve got a secret.
When Jack’s mom gets sick, he comes home to the family’s Texas ranch to help out. Only one catch: He doesn’t want his family to know about his stalker. Or the bodyguard thing. And so Hannah—against her will and her better judgment—finds herself pretending to be Jack’s girlfriend as a cover. Even though her ex, like a jerk, says no one will believe it.

What could possibly go wrong???
Hannah hardly believes it, herself. But the more time she spends with Jack, the more real it all starts to seem. And there lies the heartbreak. Because it’s easy for Hannah to protect Jack. But protecting her own, long-neglected heart? That’s the hardest thing she’s ever done.

Wildseed Witch by Marti Dumas (arc)
"Wildseed Witch" by Marti Dumas (cover)
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A fun middle-grade contemporary fantasy with an all-BIPOC cast, about a social-media-loving tween who gets sent to an ultra-private witch camp.

Hasani’s post-seventh-grade summer to-do list is pretty simple: get a bigger following for her makeup YouTube channel and figure out how to get her parents back together. What she does NOT expect is that an emotional outburst will spark a latent magical ability in her. Or that the magic will be strong enough to attract the attention of witches. Or that before she can say #BlackGirlMagic, she’ll be shipped off on a scholarship to a fancy finishing school for talented young ladies.

Les Belles Demoiselles is a literal charm school. Here, generations of young ladies from old-money witch families have learned to harness their magic, and alumnae grow to become some of the most powerful women across industries, including politicians, philanthropists, CEOs, entrepreneurs—and yes, even social media influencers. Needless to say, admission to the school is highly coveted, very exclusive . . . and Hasani sticks out like a weed in a rose bouquet.

While the other girls have always known they were destined to be witches, Hasani is a Wildseed––a stray witch from a family of non-witches, with no background knowledge, no way to control her magic, and a lot to catch up on. “Wildseed” may be an insult that the other girls throw at her, but Wildseeds are more powerful than they know. And Hasani will learn that there are ways to use magic and thrive that can never be taught in a classroom.

The Bachelor Bargain by Maddison Michaels
"The Bachelor Bargain" by Maddison Michaels (cover)
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Bachelors, beware. For those who keep secrets and prey on the innocent, you will be exposed, with all your dirty little secrets laid bare to one and all. You have been warned…

Lady Olivia Haliford has had enough. Tired of seeing women lose their reputations, futures, and sometimes even their lives to scandal while the men walk free, she is ready to take back power and stand up for women everywhere. Along with her two closest friends, she plans to start an anonymous publication dedicated to dishing the dirt and exposing the secrets of society’s most eligible bachelors. But in order to do so, she will have to make a deal with the devil…

Sebastian Colver, known as the Bastard of Baker Street, is feared throughout London as the city’s most notorious gambling den owner and undisputed king of the underground. His life is nothing but darkness and danger, so he is shocked when the petite lady gracing his doorstep seems anything but frightened of him. He agrees to be a silent partner in the publishing of the Gazette if she will use her connections to sponsor his sister and launch her into Society and away from his dark world.

But exposing the secrets of the rich and powerful can be dangerous. Almost as dangerous as a lady falling in love with the king of the underground.

The Scandalous Vixen by Tracy Sumner
"The Scandalous Vixen" by Tracy Sumner (cover)
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He knew at first sight.
She knew at first kiss.

Helena Astley, Lady Hell to the ton, has plans. To control her father’s shipping business, to live her way, by her rules. Her plan is going remarkably well until one ill-advised kiss invites the duke she doesn’t want but cannot resist into her life.

Hardnosed Roan Darlington, Duke of Leighton, cares little for society or finding a duchess. The only person ever to challenge him is the incorrigible, infuriating Helena Astley. The one woman he’s never been able to forget. When they’re caught in a ruinous situation, Roan offers her an alternative. A sham engagement she can break off after Christmas.

As they discover a world of forbidden pleasure, Helena must decide if she can relinquish a heart she vowed to withhold from the only man powerful enough to seize it.

And Roan must decide if falling madly, passionately in love is worth the risk.

Daja’s Book by Tamora Pierce (reread)
"Daja's Book" by Tamora Pierce
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Outcast Trader Daja, along with her fellow mages-in-training, journeys from Winding Circle to the Gold Ridge Mountains, where drought threatens widespread famine. There, Daja creates an astonishing object: a living metal vine, and Daja’s dealings with her former people reawaken a longing for familiar ways.

Daja must choose – should she return to the Traders or remain with the Winding Circle folk who have become her family?

When Stars Are Scattered by Victoria Jamieson & Omar Mohamed
"When Stars Are Scattered" by Victoria Jamieson & Omar Mohamed (cover)
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Omar and his younger brother, Hassan, have spent most of their lives in Dadaab, a refugee camp in Kenya. Life is hard there: never enough food, achingly dull, and without access to the medical care Omar knows his nonverbal brother needs. So when Omar has the opportunity to go to school, he knows it might be a chance to change their future . . . but it would also mean leaving his brother, the only family member he has left, every day.

Heartbreak, hope, and gentle humor exist together in this graphic novel about a childhood spent waiting, and a young man who is able to create a sense of family and home in the most difficult of settings. It’s an intimate, important, unforgettable look at the day-to-day life of a refugee, as told to New York Times Bestselling author/artist Victoria Jamieson by Omar Mohamed, the Somali man who lived the story.

Inferno by Donna Grant
"Inferno" by Donna Grant
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I knew what I wanted. And nothing was going to stop me.

King of Dragon Kings. Driven, ruthless, shrewd. The weight of survival for Constantine and his brethren has pushed him to set aside his own yearnings—for now. He’s the most powerful of all Dragon Kings, and Con will stop at nothing to destroy anyone who dares to threaten his existence.

For years, Con has hidden his pain—his desperation—for there is one smoldering beauty that he craves above all else, even if he feels he doesn’t deserve her. However, his enemies are at every corner. There is no one left to trust. But none of that matters anymore: There is only one thing that Con wants. With this one woman by his side, he can fight for the freedom of his fellow men-in-arms. All Con has to do is get her to surrender her heart…and be his for all time.

Built to Last by Erin Hahn (arc)
"Built to Last" by Erin Hahn (cover)
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Shelby Springfield has spent the last ten years trying to overcome her past, sanding it away like she does the rough spots on the vintage furniture finds she makes over. But as a former child star, it’s hard to forget a mediocre pop career, a meltdown widely documented by the paparazzi, and a huge public break with her former co-star Lyle Jessup. It’s also hard to forget her other co-star and childhood sweetheart, Cameron Riggs — the one who got away.

Anytime Shelby has called, Cameron has come running… And then he runs right off again to chase stories around the world by making documentaries, too scared to admit what he really wants. But when Lyle stirs the pot, getting the two back in the spotlight with a home renovation show, Cameron can’t help but come on board.

There’s something in it for everyone — almost. Cameron wants to come home and set down some roots. Shelby wants to prove to the world she’s not the messy party girl anymore. And Lyle wants to twist the screws on his two childhood friends who had more chemistry than he could dream of with anyone. Sparks and sawdust fly as Shelby and Cameron film the pilot for “Homemade” and battle Lyle’s shenanigans at every turn.

The Bridge Kingdom by Danielle L. Jensen
"The Bridge Kingdom" by Danielle L. Jensen (cover)
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A warrior princess trained in isolation, Lara is driven by two certainties. The first is that King Aren of the Bridge Kingdom is her enemy. And the second is that she’ll be the one to bring him to his knees.

The only route through a storm-ravaged world, the Bridge Kingdom enriches itself and deprives its rivals, including Lara’s homeland. So when she’s sent as a bride under the guise of peace, Lara is prepared to do whatever it takes to fracture its impenetrable defenses. And the defenses of its king.

Yet as she infiltrates her new home and gains a deeper understanding of the war to possess the bridge, Lara begins to question whether she’s the hero or the villain. And as her feelings for Aren transform from frosty hostility to fierce passion, Lara must choose which kingdom she’ll save… and which kingdom she’ll destroy.


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Stacking the Shelves – March 5, 2022

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly haul meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews & Reading Reality. You share all the wonderful new books you’ve added to your shelves (physical, ebooks, galleys, library, audio).

Hey there, Readers!

A lovely assortment of books were added to my shelves this week. It certainly will make finalizing my spring tbr a tad harder than it already is. I welcome these new books with wide arms because they all sound amazing, beautiful, and riveting. The covers are always so pretty and alluring too! I have a good feeling about these books.

Kindle Freebies

Delicate Ink by Carrie Ann Ryan

Safe with Me by Stephanie Nicole Norris

"Delicate Ink" by Carrie Ann Ryan (cover)
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ARCs

Wildseed Witch by Marti Dumas (May 10)

Batter Royale by Leisl Adams (June 7)

"Wildseed Witch" by Marti Dumas (cover)
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Continuing New-To-Me Series

Power Plays & Straight A’s by Eden Finley & Saxon James

"Power Plays & Straight A's" by Eden Finley & Saxon James (cover)
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Posted About By Other Book Bloggers

The Bachelor Betrayal by Maddison Michaels

Map of Flames by Lisa McMann

"The Bachelor Betrayal" by Maddison Michaels (cover)
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While “Casually” Browsing Books

Eyes That Speak to the Stars by Joanna Ho, Illustrated by Dung Ho

A Map Into the World by Kao Kalia Yang, Illustrated by Seo Kim

The Most Beautiful Thing by Kao Kalia Yang, Illustrated by Khoa Le

Love on the Brain by Ali Hazelwood (August 23)

"Eyes That Speak to the Stars" by Joanna Ho, Illustrated by Dung Ho (cover)
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If you’ve read any of these books, what did you think? Or, if you’ve read other books by any of these authors that you enjoyed, what were they? Let me know what new books I need to also add to my shelves in the comments below!

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Stacking the Shelves – February 26, 2022

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly haul meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews & Reading Reality. You share all the wonderful new books you’ve added to your shelves (physical, ebooks, galleys, library, audio).

Happy Saturday, Friends!

I must know: what books have you recently added to your shelves? Have any skipped the line to the front of your tbr?

Well. It’s apparently been almost a year since I’ve done this particular post. I can only guess it’s because of the rate in which I’ve been adding books to my tbr (a rate that I shall remain blissfully unaware of).

Stacking the Shelves is another fun way to share recent additions to your bookshelves. Maybe get feedback from the community who’ve read it. Maybe discover from others STS posts even more books you just gotta read.

This week I added 14 books to my ebook shelf and overall shelves:

Approved ARCs

  • Wednesday Wilson Fixes All Your Problems by Bree Galbraith, Illustrated by Morgan Goble (June 7)
  • Heat Wave by TJ Klune (July 19)
"Heat Wave" by TJ Klune (cover)
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Bought

  • Dark Alpha’s Passion by Donna Grant
"Dark Alpha's Passion" by Donna Grant (cover)
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Community & Browsing Finds

  • We Move the World by Kari Lavelle, Illustrated by Nabi H. Ali
  • The Boy, the Wolf, and the Stars by Shivaun Plozza
  • Under Shifting Stars by Alexandra Latos
  • Promised in Fire by Jasmine Walt
  • Untainted by Lilian T. James
  • Puck Drills & Quick Thrills by Eden Finley & Saxon James
  • Sink of Swim by Annabeth Albert
"The Boy, the Wolf, and the Stars" by Shivaun Plozza (cover)
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2022 Releases

  • Different Kinds of Fruit by Kyle Lukoff (April 12)
  • Wrath Goddess Sing by Maya Deane (June 7)
  • The Sunbearer Trials by Aiden Thomas (September 6)
  • Maya and the Lord of Shadows by Rena Barron (September 13)
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The arcs I’ll be reading before summer arrives. If any other books did move up my tbr, they’d probably be The Boy, the Wolf, and the Stars, Promised In Fire, or Puck Drills & Quick Thrills. I’m pretty dedicated to the immediate tbr I have now, but you never know as my tbr changes frequently.


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TBR At A Glance – February 6, 2022

TBR At A Glance

Sunday’s post is just a brief snapshot of where I’m at reading-wise. I’m still slowly making my way through my winter tbr. It hasn’t changed except for taking off the manga I wanted to read (much more time for that later).

I’m currently reading Turning and The Brazen Bluestocking. Because I can only access one of them from homes,  one is for work and one for home more or less. So far they’re going fine and the main characters are interesting. I should have time this week to finish both.

CURRENTLY READING

  • Turning by Joy L. Smith (giveaway arc)
  • The Brazen Bluestocking by Tracy Sumner

 

READING NEXT

  • Bet On It by Jodie Slaughter (arc)
  • The Girl of Magic and Dreams by Charity Tober (giveaway)
  • Summer Nights with a Cowboy by Caitlin Crews (arc)

 

RECENT REVIEWS

 

REVIEWS COMING SOON

  • TBA

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